Page load times will always be a concern for web developers, especially as you discover new ways to impress visitors with custom imagery, dynamic content, and more video.
That’s because with each new asset added, your site has to generate additional HTTPS requests in order to communicate with your visitors’ browsers. And those HTTPS requests will incrementally slow your site… way wayyyy down.
This guide will cover what HTTPS server requests are, the tools you should use to keep track of them, and then the ways you can cut back on those requests within WordPress.
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